Wasaren Baseball Action: Waterford Shuts Out the Valley, Tamarac Outlasts Warriors

Berlin/New Lebanon 8   Doane Stuart 7

Hitting Stars:  Mountaineers – Konnor McMillan 4-4, 2 RBI’s           Jake Bosso 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI’s             Doane Stuart – Jackson Willis 3-4, RBI          Nick Vanvorst 3-4, RBI

Take Away:  Jake Bosso ripped a walk-off RBI double in the bottom of the eighth to give Berlin/New Lebanon their first win of the season.  


Waterford 2   Hoosic Valley 0

WP:  Matt Soden 7 IP  2 Hits 0 Runs 2 BB’s 10 K’s                             LP:  C. King 4 IP 1 Hit 2 Runs 1 ER 8 BB’s 11 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Fordians – Werkie Hayes 1-3, RBI              Valley – A. Brown 1-3             L. Santiago 1-3    

Take Away:  In a game that produced just three total hits, the Fordians pushed two runs across in the fourth frame which proved to be enough with Soden dominating from the bump.  The Fordian pitcher fanned 10 and allowed only a pair of singles in shutting down the Valley attack at Kelts Stadium on Thursday.  


Tamarac 20   Stillwater 17

WP:  James Blake 3.2 IP 4 Hits 6 Runs 3 ER 3 BB’s 4 K’s                                   LP:  Carter Wicheins 1.1 IP 3 Hits 8 Runs 7 ER 3 BB’s

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Peyton Richardson 2-3, 2B, HR, 3 RBI’s        Nevin Wilkie 2-3, 2 2B’s 2 RBI’s        Tyler Sears 1-3, 3 RBI’s            Warriors – D. Giso 3-5, RBI        Mike Campion 2-3, 2B, 3 RBI’s         R. Brown 2-4, 2B, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  It was a wild one in Tamarac on Thursday that saw runs scored in every half inning but two, 17 combined errors committed, 11 by Tamarac, and the Bengals outhit 12-9 but still securing the victory.  Seven pitchers toed the slab between the teams with six giving up multiple runs in their mound stints.  Stillwater led 8-5 after two frames, before Tamarac took the lead with a six-run third.  Stillwater answered with a 3-spot in the fourth to knot things at 11-11, but the Bengals plated four in the bottom of the inning and added five runs in their fifth frame to build a seemingly secure 20-12 advantage.  Stillwater responded with four runs in the top of the sixth and a lone tally in the seventh before Tamarac was able to get the 21st out, ending a memorable afternoon at Clum’s Corners.  


Greenwich 13   Hoosick Falls 5

WP:  Cooper Skiff 4.1 IP 6 Hits 4 Runs 4 ER 2 K’s                           LP:  Luke Nicholas 

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Parker Jamieson 2 1B’s, 3 RBI’s          Joey Skiff 2 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s        Jack Fortier 2 1B’s, RBI         Panthers – Jake Sarks 2 1B’s, RBI

Take Away:  The Witches ran out to a 6-1 lead after three and put the game away with a seven-run fourth.  With the win Greenwich moves to 5-4 in league play on the year while Hoosick Falls goes to 5-6 with the loss.     


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